Virginia Car Accident Lawyers
Millions Recovered for Our Clients
Have you been in a car, truck, or motorcycle accident in Virginia or Northeast North Carolina? If so, then your life has pretty much been put on hold. After an accident, the burden of hospital bills, auto repair costs, lost income, and physical impairment can be incredibly challenging for you and your family.
At Kalfus & Nachman PC, our goal is to simplify this process for you. If your accident was not your fault, then we will deal with the other party’s insurance company and fight for the full amount of compensation by helping you file a personal injury lawsuit.
Why Hire Our Firm?
- Free Consultations
- Award-Winning Counsel
- Millions Recovered
- 40+ Years of Experience
Types of Motor Vehicle Accidents
Some of the most common types of accident cases our firm handles include:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Drunk driving accidents
- Distracted driving accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Bus accidents
In the aftermath of a wreck, it is sometimes obvious who is at fault. For example, if you were rear-ended by another vehicle, there is usually little question who is liable. However, in other situations, it may be unclear who – or what – was at fault for the accident. Besides the other driver, a defective vehicle part overlooked by a manufacturer or a hazardous roadway ignored by local government entities may have played a role in your accident.
In order to find out, you need the resources of an experienced car accident attorney in Virginia. At Kalfus & Nachman PC, we work with seasoned investigators and expert witnesses to reconstruct your accident, gathering all the evidence we need to build a strong case on your behalf. We will also help you to know what to do after a car accident.
Know Your Rights After an Accident
A serious auto accident injury is life-changing. If your accident was caused by another person’s recklessness or negligence, we can help you understand the true value of your injury claim, and hold the other driver accountable for turning your life upside down.
For more information about your rights after an auto accident, please visit:
- Your Legal Rights in a Traffic Accident
- Common Car Accident Injuries
- Underinsured or Uninsured Motorists
You can also download Kalfus & Nachman PC’s Accident Assistance app for iPhone or Android. We have offices conveniently located in Newport News, Norfolk, and Roanoke, enabling us to help clients all across Virginia.
Our law firm has a 4.5 star rating on Google, and we are committed to doing all that we can to help our clients obtain the results they deserve. Here’s what one of our clients had to say about the legal services we provide:
“Everything was great with me having Kalfus & Nachman as my attorneys. Specifically, Christopher Jacobs. He filed suit when the insurance company would not treat me fairly. He was quick to return my calls and kept me informed of what to expect. He also gave me great advice. The whole process took some time, but that was to be expected when I had to file a lawsuit to obtain what I deserved. If I know anyone that needs a lawyer because they were injured, I would refer them to Christopher Jacobs. He was great to work with and did a fine job for me.”
Our Virginia Auto Accident Attorneys Are Here to Help You! Contact Kalfus & Nachman PC Today to Schedule a Free Case Evaluation.
Can I Recover My Medical Expenses?
Yes, medical expenses are recoverable in the average car accident claim. Medical expenses are usually the number one reason why people decide they need to file a car accident claim after an accident and not just depend on whatever the other insurance company wants to give them. With a successful claim, your past and future medical expenses should be covered entirely by the liable driver, up to their insurance cap. Even at that point, though, there might be other applicable insurance policies to file against for any remaining, unpaid medical expenses.
Can I Recover Lost Wages Due to a Car Accident?
Yes, you can seek lost and reduced wages through a car accident claim. For example, if you miss a month of work because of your injuries, then you can demand a month’s worth of your wages. If you receive employer-provided disability benefits that pay some of your missing wages, then you can still sue for the gap between those benefits and the normal amount. If your injuries are permanent and keep you from pursuing advancements in your career, then you could sue for future wages you will now not get the chance to earn.
Is My Claim Worth Pursuing?
Yes, every claim is worth pursuing to some point. At the least, you should always talk to a professional car accident attorney about what happened to get their valuable and experienced input. They can tell you if your claim has a high enough value or strong enough evidence in your favor to pursue. For example, claims dealing with only a few hundred dollars or a couple of thousand dollars are generally straightforward enough to not require an attorney’s assistance. Or if there is strong evidence that shows you were 100% liable for the crash, then a plaintiff’s attorney would likely be unable to accept your case.